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Valve adjustment 2 months 4 weeks ago #29340

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The Service Manual is worth downloading from the Home Page when you are logged in as a member. Page 13 of the manual has this chart showing what crank position you need to turn the crank to and what valves can be checked adjusted at each of those positions.

 
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Valve adjustment 2 months 4 weeks ago #29341

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When adjusting valves at the different crank positions do you do all the exhaust at one time and move crank and do all intake?


 

I do all the intakes and exhausts, one cylinder at a time,starting with #6.  This method makes it easier to keep track of which cylinder I'm working on.  I use a set of feeler gauges specifically for the inlets and a separate set specifically for the exhausts.
 
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